It’s hard to talk about 2022 without a look at 2021 first.AutoTechnology
We all experienced how COVID accelerated adoption of technologies like cloud, AI and mobile. We also saw the disruption in supply chains and the shortages of both materials and labor that emerged as the economy recovered.
But COVID also spurred innovation, whether in how businesses engaged with their customers or the proliferation of new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) added to vehicles to improve safety and create better driving experiences.
With these innovations and others came new levels of complexity for the industry. And while the industry has begun to adapt, its future is still developing.
Which leads to 2022 and what appears to be another year of COVID uncertainty.